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A POWER problem at the Gabba meant BT Sport was forced to broadcast the fourth day of the First Test using just ONE camera.
Viewers of the BT Sport from around the world have missed out on five-and-a-half overs of England’s second innings when host broadcaster Fox Sports’ world feed went down.
This means that BT Sport and Australian broadcaster Channel Seven were unable to show live footage.
But BT Sport improvised and set up a single camera positioned on the third man and long on boundary.
And that was not the only issue caused by the power outtage.
All technology around the ground went down for around 25 minutes, including DRS.
The Gabba has been plagued with technical issues – on the second day there was a fault with the front-foot technology used to monitor no balls.
That meant just one of the 13 no-balls bowled by Ben Stokes in Australia’s first innings was called.